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Fri, Oct 17, 2014 7:10 PM
This nifty gadget uses air flow to push falling raindrops away, creating a dry, invisible barrier between you and the rain.
Satellite images that track levels of deforestation could be used in the fight against climate change.
Learn more about the cars that consumers purchased most during 'cash for clunkers.'
More than 670,000 drivers participated in the CARS program in summer 2009. Check out the top 10 clunkers!
As scientists rule out competing theories, the case for life on the red planet grows stronger.
Spectacular display turns out to be a failed Russian submarine missile.
Sustainable Health Enterprises, or SHE, teaches African women how to make their own maxi pads so they don't miss school or work every 28 days.
New companies see productive job skills in those with the developmental spectrum disorder.
New Security Beat blog gets a 2009 Global Media Award for posts on international population issues and how they affect the environment.
Video: British businessman and adventurer Sir Richard Branson unveils Virgin Galactic's SpaceShipTwo, the first commercial craft created to reach the edge of space.
Researchers beat 4,300 teams to locate the coordinates of 10 red balloons scattered around the country — all part of a social networking experiment.
Experiment opens new frontiers in oceanography and ocean observation.
Researchers discover that some flies carry aggression-promoting pheromones.
Device that allows people to type with their minds could change lives.
New climate-friendly cremation method uses water and lye to transform human remains into 200 gallons of liquid fertilizer.
Earth, Wind & Power Awards give top honors to Ford and Audi.
New York Times contributor blogs about cars and other interesting ways of getting around.